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5/25/2010
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FTC, FCC Reveal Complaints Filed Against Apple

Numerous complaints have been filed with the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission against Apple. They run the gamut from the iPad's lack of Flash support to the availability of adult material in the iTunes App Store, to an iPhone catching fire while charging. These documents were obtained via the Freedom Of Information Act.




FCC1: Complaint filed with FCC about the absence of Adobe Flash




FCC2: Complaint filed with the FCC about iPhone locking.




FCC3: Complaint filed with the FCC about apps being removed from iTunes App Store.




FCC4: Complaint filed with FCC about Apple and AT&T not allowing Google Voice.




FTC1: Complaint filed with the FTC about Apple's developer agreement and other restrictions.




FTC2: Complaint filed with the FTC about the iPad's lack of Flash support.




FTC3: Complaint filed with the FTC about Apple's developer agreement.




FTC4: Complaint filed with the FTC about the availability of adult material in the iTunes App Store.




FTC5: Complaint filed with the FTC about iPad advertising claims and lack of Flash support.




FTC6: Complaint filed with the FTC about in-game purchasing of virtual currency by minors.




FTC7: Complaint filed with the FTC about iPhone catching fire.




FTC8: Complaint filed with the FTC about Apple's refusal to approve Google Voice.

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